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Vincent L'AMOULLER and his partner Ludivine LEMAITRE, settled since 2013, represent the 5th generation of winegrowers of the L'AMOULLER family in the Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux appellation. The 20 hectares of the estate are located on a clayey-limestone hillside overlooking the Gironde and the Citadel of Blaye. The vines are worked without any chemical input of synthesis.Lire plus Learn more
Vincent L'AMOULLER and his partner Ludivine LEMAITRE, settled since 2013, represent the 5th generation of winegrowers of the L'AMOULLER family in the Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux appellation. The 20 hectares of the estate are located on a clayey-limestone hillside overlooking the Gironde and the Citadel of Blaye. The vines are worked without any synthetic chemical inputs (certified in Organic Agriculture since 2010).
The family history of the vineyard began in 1919 when Jean-Marie L'AMOULLER, a Breton living in Blaye, fell in love with the region and a young woman from Blaye. The young sailor then decided to settle in the town of Saint-Martin-Lacaussade and more precisely in the place called "Frédignac". Michel L'Amouller, great-grandson of Jean-Marie and father of Vincent, took over the family winegrowing business in 1977. He left the cooperative cellar in 1984 and created the winemaking cellar: Château Frédignac was born! In 2013, almost 100 years after the first vine stock was planted, the estate was taken over by Vincent and Ludivine. Both graduates of environmental sciences, they are gradually transforming the estate but remain committed to the values that have made Château Frédignac and its wines so successful.
Our wines are living wines that evolve over time... like us! Our farm has been certified in Organic Agriculture since 2010. A new passive energy bottle storage building will make good use of the space: electricity production from the roof and its 240 m2 of solar panels as well as rainwater harvesting, for washing agricultural equipment and for treatment water. With the help of Nicolas JAMIN, oenologist, we are continuing the experiment by experimenting with biodynamics since the 2016 vintage.